I've written before about how my writing in quadrille notebooks looks like web pages. I've been beta testing Gmail, and now in the last few days my paper notebooks have shifted their layout - they look like Gmail pages.
Down the left side I have a few "special" tags that I use a la "Getting Things Done" to remind me to look at my action list, events coming up, and anything I'm waiting for. That's followed by tags (or categories in the Socialtext wiki sense) that try to incrementally cover what I'm writing about at the time. And, confoundingly enough, there are honest to god advertisements a la Google's "adwords" that I write down the right side in the familiar adwords format. (note to self: get a scanner so I can show this properly).
The ads are often for things that would never show up in Google, but I can vouch for their relevance and click-through rate. And they work offline! The tags are handily the same tags that I use in del.icio.us when I tag things there and the ones I'll be using in my forthcoming wiki.
Alas, Typepad is not quite flexible enough in my hands to render this three-column style, in particular its "typelists" don't look quite like Adwords, and there's no way that I can see to get exacting layout of particular categories or tags on a given page.
I'm hoping this doesn't sound too weird - again when I get a scanner I'll throw something online.